Rock, Radio, and Racism, part 2

Rock, Radio, and Racism, part 2 (February 15, 1980)
Duration: 00:57:06

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Themes: Musical Roots and Branches | Motor City and Motown |

Guests: Pat Holliday, Brian Sheffield, Larry Strauss, Fred Jacobs, Miller (voice only) London

Summary: This show looks at racism in the music industry, mostly focusing on Detroit radio stations.

Guests include Pat Holliday, radio personality from CKLW; Brian Sheffield, a manager and promoter; attorney Larry Strauss; Fred Jacobs, program director for WRIF; and over the phone Miller London, vice president of sales for Motown Records. There are also appearances by various other artists and radio personnel that are not named.

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